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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1921, Postville, Iowa
My a a a j " thursday shy tember 1, 1021 Page five fall and Winter goods Are Here Wool goods merges tric tines Poiret a Kuljis twill Challies Wool flannels jerseys plaid skirting. A a i i c a Complete line of shades in crepe Liv de Chine crepe Satin Messaline lining satirist and Sebastopol. Vhiet if loft tarns in All the new styles uss Tuxedo sweaters Light and heavy weight knit blouses with tie backs. Prices from $2.75 to $11.00. Belts m a Eckwert Sas fees girdles and belts. Pit Csc a new line of hand bags. Ask Imd to to see them. Blankets and outings you of if -.____,., Complete line at prices far below those of last year. Come in and see our line and be convinced that our prices Are As Low As those quoted elsewhere. The Quality store Meier Phillips & company do you want greater heating Comfort at Cost a ctr can have it easily. Read what these Convector owners say i made a lot of inquiries and found that the Convector surpassed other makes in heating hardiness and fuel a euir"big3" Convector i think the Convector is the for set made. It is better constructed Burns less fuel und gives better with the Convector i can heat twice the space with less Money than it takes to heat two rooms with a base Burner the Convector is n wonderful heating Plant. Two shovels of con will whole House in ten Why put off the installation of this belter heating system with its greater Comfort and Hulth fullness when you Imit such positive evidence that it _ Jwill Nave you Money. Com in today and let a How you Haw Atily it can a installed in your Home. E. P. Durno hardware heating plumbing our specialities sectional View of Convector note the Large Regit ter Pace air passages and big heating surface. These Are the big 3" time insure better heat lag for leu Money. local news 1 school Days vacation will soon be Over. We carry a Complete line of school supplies Ink pens pencils Parker Fountain pens tablets Etc., Etc. The Joe am store Thoma Brothers pharmacy fire insure your property in the Iowa state a est company in Iowa losses paid Over $5,089,907.88 t premiums saved polity holders $1,113,988,84 a state insurance co Mutual Keokuk Iowa a Webster & son agents Postville Iowa phone to for prompt Ico Cream Lell Vurles. Trio it Tom. Clermont Dunne up a Oatville on Mun Dikiy by u to 2 Sooro. 11. W. Hull win was i he Elnera Vla Vor tuesday of last week. K. R. The incr and Victor Meyer went to Chicago inf Friday and drove Home a new Llu Lilc for f. W. Meyer. A decided redact inn in Hie Price of designed and i or Neil Neil by Ken inn ii. Prior Postville Iowa. .1. .1. Al n left in Liiv for Britt after Ai Over us Nihil visit with his Wile and daughter at Trio pert k. Tut tie Home. Hammer Hros. Shock a Lair no. 1 eni oved a picnic supper at the Home of or. And mrs. F. W. Meier on last Friday Nair it. Mrs. Henry Miller and Cerl rude arrived Home saturday lil uht from i heir visit to relatives i South Dakota. Mrs. .1. W. Harris and two Dpi Iii lers Luxetic and mrs. Fred , Anil i Draudson cloy were Castalia visitors tuesday. Or. And mrs. Ceo. In Riipi were up from Monona on business Friday. The la i ter visit Witik her sister mrs. Christino Werner. Terry s la apr Uncle Tom s Cabin co. Will show at Monona monday a baht sept. R. There is no better Tom show on the Road. Mrs. H. A. Use Hutto mrs. Frank Pla Hii and two returned tuesday from Days tour in Minnesota by Auto. Miss on i in edit i noned. A com puny of her friends it her Home on Slimmer Street at n Al. O a Jelv Diu tier Friday eve Init. The Xiv. C. T. V. Men lip will he held n t the Home of mrs. A Hanks at three o clock p. M., on thursday september s. Or. Acid mrs. Fred w. Tut tin of fort Allm on who Over sunday vis Lloris at the Home of or. And mrs. Der tulle or tills Colv. Or. And mrs. Waltor Sander of Toute 2 rejoice Over the arrival of their first Horn n Lino Little Drukh Ler born last wednesday. Or. Ami mrs. Ray Sehuler Audi daughter returned to Charles City wednesday no Tor n visit hero at to Loti Home of his brother Andrew. Chap. Ii. Iloth returned Homo on Friday of void Madison wis., whore he had an exhibit of the Hoth Hay Mower at the Dane county fair. Fall term Opeth Sopt. 0. We can save Yon from $07.50 to ?125 on a business Courso. Write re mid Buhl Noss Folloro . Or. And mrs. John c. Flecker of hits oily celebrated Thor Ilynn wed Liik anniversary monday he Iii Vlier been married Sixton years to Ono woman. Or. And mrs. Fred Miller or. And mrs. Otto Man Chor and or. And mrs. John a pains Nitto Eil to Tho Hall Kiino at Cresco sunday uni Ulon lok etl at by i Van s Park. Mrs. Austin of Medford Oregon and mrs. Sarah Vanvelzor of inn nigh City mo., old res limits of this Placo. Aro hero on u visit to Rol Alvoh und friends. Ralph Rao Tell and a r. No nor wont to Cal cipro no rat to drive Home a new Nitlow sex for Trio a Oritor Ami in muck Fiir for Stock for Tho Post lilo motor co. Mrs. and my Amelia lots left today for their Homo in 1-Iilcrosho, win., Notor Bison Liik the Hummer at the Homo of their in Furrh Tor and grand daughter mrs. K. 13 urn nor. Tito cozy club Woro Montori Alnord tit. A. Six o clock picnic supper it the Homo of or. And mrs. W. J. Hanks on wednesday ovo Ninf the Occi Irlon marking Jim s arrival at Tho half Century i Nark. 1 tiny Runte Marah Matows Pulin. Regular meeting of Tho town Council Friday night. Lot Bartlott and Kelfer . Canning now. Thoulin Bros. Send to cottage studio . Con delivered any Planco in the City at 7be per ton. H. French. A Utility girl is wanted it once it the Poh Villo Hospital Post lilo Lown. Mrs. Uhle ill Man of 1-Iinna is visiting Hor daughter at Hugo Minnesota. Mrs. N. L. Oppor returned monday from n ten Days visit at. Ilo Chelio Illinois. Or. A. Folsom voters Narinn. All any or a fright. Culls promptly answer Ert advertisement. Miss Char loan Conley leaves Friday for Clear Lake whore she will Leach the coming year. Rodney to Len of Riodil was an Over sunday visitor at Tho Home of his Mother. Mrs. Ii. Ii i ten. Miss Helen Kerr leaves Friday for to resume Nur position is teacher in the schools there. Don to forget the big fair it the in tin i co disc school grounds on next monday. Labor Day. Miss Amy lilo Ham left to Molny for Dos Moines where she will Leach school the coming year. An ey., ear. Rose am to Irma a Len in will be held at the Postville Hospital tuesday sept Ember nth. I. P. Ill Man of i Slosburg 111., was a guest at the Homo of his parents Here several Days inst week. Regular meeting of the Postville Volunteer fire department next monday evening at eight o clock. Ill. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken Enre of . Supt. And mrs. H. Of. Miller uti if four daughters left sunday for Des we have unite a few places where Young people can earn room and Board while attending bus Nehs collage. fall 1 term opens sept. To. Write eth into business College . During Tho electrical storm tuesday afternoon lightning str till i he barn of will Starkey Southwest of town Ami it was consumed with All in contents fortunately had time to got nut nil the livestock. Mrs. Susan of. In Donler widow of the late i. D. Vance Dor. Died at the Homo of her son c. H. Vnellor Der in Franklin township on monday Anil was burled wednesday. She was aged 82 years 7 months and 27 tin is. Or. Hoc Raiser the stale experimental slut inns strongly advise n Mineral ten Lancer for hogs. Ask or. A. Folsom about Holt s swing , Minrul balancer rut first have him worm your hogs with Holt s ci1f.ni-mols.-ad Vort Isomi t. Voided College offers courses for Rural frail rates. They Niv prepared to Tonko the combined commercial shorthand the teachers course. More than Rural pupils have been trained at. Voided College de Corah. Iowa. They have made Good and they Are to be found in Many . Special for Friday and saturday sept 2 and 3. A Large assortment of trimmed hats at l and j7mi. Also n line of tailored Hals at $1.7". To $c.oo. A Large line of new trimmings just received. I s. Ii. W. Iia Unok. Man Moines to attend the Iowa Slat a fair. I mrs. To. F. Childress is Here from t Charleston. Iii., visiting her Ila into Juter and granddaughter at. The Ali Jug l ally Home. A. Miss Hazel Davis left monday rot a Llo Stein Iowa to Leach making a Ujj number of slops along the route to Mem Mumm 5 a a i i or. And mrs. John n. Shipton of Clermont in Tho arrival of their first Horn a bouncing boy Sii iou str tiny August 21. Mrs. Shl Plon was formerly miss Lanora Oldag of this City. Special for Friday and sat Torday sept 2 and 3, a Largo assortment of. Trimmed huts at and $7.50. Also a Lino of tul Larod in to it $.i.7l to $0.00. A Largo Hryb of new trimmings lust received. Lbs. H. W. Harnak. Visit free Ulm. A heavy electrical storm _ Patil cil by n copious downpour of rain visited this Section All a Ler a noon tuesday. A drs. Kiesau & Kcal Lehr physicians and surgeons. Office Over Ulliman & Sanders store Postville Iowa a advert Slement. Or. And mrs. C. T. Meal hints b Mil family of Chester Are visit in at the Home of or. And mrs. Fred. I. Rhoma of this City. Aug. Schilte of Cook Nebraska is Here on a two weeks visit or the Home of or. And mrs. F. W. Iurii i Gerdes and family. Or. And mrs. Ceo. Koh manii and Roll Zareth May drove to dub Niue on last sunday where Ulicy Are visiting relatives and friends. Olins. Kerr informs us that. He evil lilt of apples at the Fayette a fair last week won Lihi i lit and four second premiums boy was born to or. And mrs. Velu Neier at Lena. Ill last sunday making Rev. And mrs. R. Schmidt of this City grandparents no Kiln. Peavey and his in /. Hair dts will furnish the music for the big dance it Turner Hall on saturday night j Don t miss . Miss Stella Vancorler of Minne polls arrived in Postville wednesday evening for a visit at the Lumini of or. And mrs. . Anndee. J mrs. Myra Dray and mrs. Limner Jacobin and baby returned Home on Friday from their a Lull to miss h 71pt your. The funeral was hold monday. He to Rod Allama Keu enmity As it. De a number or terms and during Lila last term was speaker of the Hoube. A a a a a a. A a a a j take along j plenty of film. A a a a a to sure it is the genuine Kodak film the kind Blini comes in the. Yellow lion. We have n Complete assortment of sizes and nil of them note Renilo for results. Douglass pharmacy a an exceptional offering of fall Coats and dresses All the new modes in Coats and dresses Are shown in this Advance display a remarkable collection of Quality garments in exclusive styles for Early selection. We cannot emphasize to strongly the advisability of Early choosing never in the history of this store have we been Able to show such a wide diversity of styles this Early in the season and at a Price Range in keeping with every purse. Plush goats from $20 to $95 cloth Coats from $15 to $55 Wool dresses from $11 to $37.50 children s Coats from $6 to $15 where Quality counts m a i 1 Luhman & Sanders 1 o Postville Iowa Postville theatre s program for the week Tiwi Kuay ski t pm ult 1 Ugone o Virien in Loki a k Al Ailt Al Kcal. I Murav and Kate Day. Sept. " and 11 Viola a Iii in i Lilack mail to Killay ski Tim hic i Ilner Senlo Ken Krliu in not Hilous miss. Hands " zit Palm Postville Iowa grape fruit bananas Lemons oranges Cli ars Tolm Wio bulk Candy b a Iury ii july soft drinks special for next Sandav chocolate ice Cream i the Home bakery $ h a i Henry Haagsman prop. M i eat wild Rose g bread fresh every Day Good hog houses Are As essential to profitable hog raising As Good sows they More than pay for themselves in producing More pigs and healthier pigs. Weatherproof hog houses warmer in Winter and cooler in summer eliminate loss through disease and exposure. They make hog raising More profitable with less time and less Wory. Practical working plans specifications and Corn plete Bill of material for the above hog House or for any other farm building will be furnished free on request together with our estimate of the Cost. Our plan service is at your command and costs you nothing. We Are glad to serve you in the interests of better farming and better building. J. L. Gregg & co. Both phones Postville Iowa l in Stile at Trio Fiill wine bust i soft Pleos in & sunders too ,1. Meior twin Iii Bros fim Nura store Knoxon Ltd uvos., und Huuson a Roa Turrant in will ii a la Llwis in we by Lii ii bring us your poultry and eggs no. One Egga top Price per dozen a a dirtiest checks Small and stale less open wednesday and saturday evenings. Northern Iowa produce company a fist
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